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Old 02-21-2012, 03:31 AM #11
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sorry if you took it personal...wasn't directed at you personally.

many will scoff at the knowledge garnered because it is obscure, also it is not well known
because so few actually use this value-added knowledge outside of farmers.

no need to feel left out, it is still freely available to those who care to look.

stoned dumb...me for not posting about nature at night.

I'm outside nightly...every night possible i wonder at the stars and the moon through the tall pines gently swaying to the music of the tree frogs.
I have observed some amazing occurences in the night skies, some that rendered me speechless. Dare not tell a soul lest i be called liar.
I watch the moon waxing and waning, pulling the tides and teasing plants to gerninate.
I pay particular attention to the nights that are clear as they are few, but i also watch the clouds as they indicate the weather...mostly i focus on the wind as it has shown how devastating a blowdown can be.
During a new moon i can just make out my hand in front of my face, but in the full moons reflection i can navigate freely around the place.
Sounds at night can be an adventure too. Owls, coyotes, tree frogs, all lend melody to the silence.
Yessir! I can hardly wait for nightfall.
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I thank you and I am sure others do too! what ever happened to LolaGal anyway? If it was personal or involved a ban, I know I will not get an answer and forgive me for asking as this is a little touchy of a subject. But if it was common knowledge, maybe someone can point me to the last thread or post of hers. Her moon gardening group showed promise, and I miss it. I was just getting ready to delve into it deeper and it is gone now. So if someone is no longer a member any social groups they started are gone too? Well I hope she is alright.

Anyway, thanks for explaining trich I guess I was a little too touchy that day.

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Old 02-23-2012, 04:13 AM #14
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I thank you and I am sure others do too! what ever happened to LolaGal anyway? If it was personal or involved a ban, I know I will not get an answer and forgive me for asking as this is a little touchy of a subject. But if it was common knowledge, maybe someone can point me to the last thread or post of hers. Her moon gardening group showed promise, and I miss it. I was just getting ready to delve into it deeper and it is gone now. So if someone is no longer a member any social groups they started are gone too? Well I hope she is alright.

Anyway, thanks for explaining trich I guess I was a little too touchy that day.

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Lola wasnt happy here and left, I believe anyway.
Unfortunately most ppl that leave are pissed or get banned or want to leave quickly and quietly due to LEO shit, so thats not really a reality here. People come and go, thats just how the internet is.
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I believe Mrs B is right about Lola, its sad to see people come and go. I haven't been in here for a while myself, just recently started reading the forums again and popping into chat. I missed by bad girls

Soooooo I think we've found a perfect spot for the moon garden. I'm going to remove some of the raspberry/blackberry plants in the yard and put it there. It'll be perfect, about 20' from the fire pit so we can enjoy it while we're out toasting s'mores haha Actually, we usually just bring out a few beers, a joint, maybe even a guitar . . . lol

Here's a website I found with tips and different types of flowers to use:

https://tipnut.com/moon-garden/

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I promise to cut down, on a harvest moon.......hoping the ganja gods love that!!!!! Seriously though, my ladies get classical music piped in...and if planting on the lunar schedule, means I will have better meds, than I am all for it!!!!!!
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Nice link WW, thanks..I never really thought about planting flowers that will pick up the moon beams, thats very cool, Ill have to think about a spot in our yard for that...make a pit for a fire and put some pots around it to make it look nice.
Something to do thats not alot of money but can make a nice place to chill out in. WW has the right idea, take a doob and a glass of wine and sit by the fire for while in the evenings when its nice out!
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I come n go lots too, haven't been too much of a regular here.
But this topic piqued my interest, I know alot of growers who plant on the full moon.
Personally I've never noticed a difference, but that full moon can be really bright.
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Old 03-03-2012, 03:50 AM #19
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Interesting thread WW; I wonder or did i miss weather the moon phases would apply to indoor grows too? Anyways thanks for the subject.
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I have always transplanted on Full Moon nights with great success, including full-sized 15 foot trees that became bare rooted in the process of moving across town.
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